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Professor Prash Sanders outside the office

Celebrating our heroes of medical discovery

120 years after his birth, Howard Florey continues to inspire a new generation of researchers. Howard Florey’s discovery of the use of penicillin in 1938 has saved more than 200 million lives and is considered one of the greatest medical advances of all time. Florey’s journey in medicine started at the University of Adelaide. Today, […]

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From bench to bedside – Kathleen’s quest for sarcoma treatment

Dr Kathleen Pishas, a postdoctoral researcher with the Sarcoma Research Group in the Centre for Personalised Cancer Medicine has a string of awards and achievements to her name, including the prestigious Ross Wishart Memorial Award. Having recently completed her PhD candidature, Kathleen’s primary research focus is to investigate personalised therapeutic approaches for sarcoma patients.

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